Greek Printmakers Association ,in collaboration with Moldova National Museum Complex of Iași (Complexul Muzeal Naţional Moldova Iaşi) is curating a Contemporary Printmaking Exhibition in Rοmania .
The event will take place in the impressive space of Palatul Iașis’ Art Gallery in Rοmania from 5 to 31st of January 2021, with the participation of 37 members of Greek Printmakers Association and 13 Greek Printmakers who responded successfully to our Open Call and it is part of the Association’s exhibition program made in collaboration with cultural institutions abroad,with the intention to enrich the public’s perception of contemporary Greek printmaking.
Artists from different backgrounds and ages ,participate with prints of their personal work ,showing different techniques and approaches of the medium of printmaking .This exhibition as a whole is a record of Contemporary Greek Printmaking of recent years.
Travel restrictions due to Covid -19 do not allow us to attend this exhibition ,however very soon after its launch there will be videos and photos of the exhibition posted on our website
The exhibition will feature work by:
Christos Angelopoulos, Michalis Adamis, Odysseas Annitsakis, Zacharias Arvanitis, Judy Attwood, Antigone Valery, Argyri Vasilakou, Andrew Ventouris, Matina Georga, Vasiliki Gialama, Tania Gioura, Eleni Dervisoglou, Korina Kamalakidou, Christoforos Katsadiotis, Maria Kompatsiari, Rania Koromila, Dimitra Koumantaki, Anastasia Konstantakou, Dina Kotsiou, Paraskevi Magkavetsos, Valentini Maurodoglou, Vanta Mauroeidi, Efstratia Machairidi, Lena Mitsolidou, Anastasia Mikrou, Katerina Moniaki, Ioannis Monogyios, Alexandra Bizou, Dimosthenis Bogiatzis, Sofy Papadopoulou, Maria Papadopoulou, Mimi Petropoulou, Panagiotis Pristouris, Elena Provata, Marina Provatidou, Stavroula Sakka, Nikos Stavrakantonakis, Mary Schina, Vanessa Touzloukof, Venetia Yfantidou, Mihael Falkonis, Theodoros Fragkos, Rania Fragkoulidou, Florence Christakis.
Palatul Culturii Iaşi
Piata Stefan cel Mare si Sfant nr. 1, Iasi
Duration: 5 – 31 January 2021
Times: Tuesday – Saturday 10:00-17:00